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Over Already?! Kylie Jenner's Rebound Plan With PartyNextDoor Backfires

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Jun. 6 2016, Published 2:56 p.m. ET

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Keeping up with the Kardashians reality star Kylie Jenner cannot keep the man drama out of her life! Just one day after Jenner and her new boyfriend PartyNextDoor went public with their romance at Drake's Memorial Day bash, has exclusively learned that the hot new couple are already on the rocks – because of Jenner's ex, Tyga!

As fans of KUWTK know, Jenner, 18, ended her tumultuous relationship with Tyga, 26, after ongoing cheating accusations.

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But, according to the source, "Tyga is telling people that Kylie was the one cheating!"

"Tyga flipped out on Kylie after he found out that she was hooking up with PartyNextDoor," said the source. "He accused her of cheating on him while they were still together."

But Jenner, 18, insists that she and up-and-coming rapper PND, 22, only started after her Tyga split. And now, she's making it clear that she's a one-man kind of woman.

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"Kylie now has Tyga blocked and unfriended pretty much everywhere," the insider told Radar. "She even told the guards at her community in Calabasas to never let Tyga in for any reason!"

So what do Jenner's man-crushing sisters think of her dating PND?

"They know that Party is a rebound from Tyga, but they do not care," the pal added. "As long as she is not with Tyga they are all happy!"

Do you think that Kylie Jenner and PartyNextDoor make a better couple than Kylie and Tyga did? Tell us your thoughts below.



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